Friedrich Nietzsche - Götzendämmerung or how to philosophize with a hammer

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Full text reading by Axel Grube
Playing time 254 min.
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'Even the bravest of us rarely have the courage to do what we actually know.' (Friedrich Nietzsche: Götzendämmerung) A cheerful psychology requires an undisguised gaze, 'happy science', an open phenomenological view. Even if one may shy away from some of the things in this book, such as the remarks about the image of Socrates, Nietzsche's demand for an absolutely unobstructed view is tense - to this day. "I mistrust all systematics and avoid them. The will to the system is a lack of righteousness. ' (Friedrich Nietzsche: Twilight of the Idols)

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